Johnnie Moore

Improv in New York

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

When I was in New York I spent quite a bit of time with Cathy Salit of Performance of a Lifetime.

Cathy and her team are offering a one-day Workshop on Improvisation for Leaders in New York on April 15th.

I’m a huge believer that Improv training has great gifts to offer us all for managing our lives. And the POAL team have a particularly stylish and impressive way of articulating its value.

I don’t know if you think of yourself as a Leader. Personally, I think we all get to lead at different times in our lives. But if you’re within reach of NY and can find a way to pony up the cost ($625 early bird) I can’t think of a better way to spend a day than going to this.

Here’s a the flyer (pdf).

And this video about POAL is quite interesting too.

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